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  1. can we get TShark installed on the Pinapple's? is that possible?
  2. Hi Seb, Thanks for the information. I will re-flash and test again tonight. Cheers, b0bb3r5
  3. Hey there guys, Ran into a issue when trying to start Karma in the web interface, it looked as if it was running the first time however I have not been successful since then capturing "Victem's" with karma which made me suspicious that it was somehow broken. I popped into shell (ssh) and tried to figure out the issue, Here is what I know: OPKG does not recognize that Karma is installed. root@Pineapple:/etc# opkg remove karma No packages removed. root@Pineapple:/etc# OPKG is having an dependency issue involving the kernel (as far as i can tell) root@Pineapple:~# opkg install karma Installing karma (20060124-1) to root... Downloading http://cloud.wifipineapple.com/mk5/packages/karma_20060124-1_ar71xx.ipk. Collected errors: * satisfy_dependencies_for: Cannot satisfy the following dependencies for karma: * kernel (= 3.3.8-1-d6597ebf6203328d3519ea3c3371a493) * * opkg_install_cmd: Cannot install package karma. HOWEVER I can execute karma using the full path command: "/etc/init.d/karma start" just fine??? What am i doing wrong here? do I have to uninstall karma manually? and if so how? Thanks!
  4. Hello all, back from the dead. I recently purchased a ducky and was inspired by the Queen Marry's, (the large ship not to be mistaken with the dead lady) "Virtually Stolen" business cards that are left out on guest's "At Risk" devices such as unattended computers. The following script simply forces a full screen web browser (whatever is the default) to display a message warning users to not leave their computers untended and unlocked. I have tested this script on windows 8, and 7 but there should be no problem with it running on XP as well. REM Virtually Stolen Script, Informing Users one PWN at a time. Written by B0BB3 DELAY 3000 GUI r DELAY 400 STRING notepad.exe ENTER DELAY 300 STRING <!DOCTYPE html><html><head><title>Virtually Stolen!</title></head> ENTER STRING <body style="background-color:black;"><center><h1 style="font-family:Impact;color:red;">THIS COMPUTER WAS VIRTUALLY STOLEN!</h1></br> ENTER STRING <p style="font-family:Impact;color:yellow;">Lucky for you a Security Enthusiast identified your device as "At Risk" and wanted to warn you of the dangers of leaving your computer alone, even for a few seconds.</p> ENTER STRING <p style="font-family:Impact;color:orange;"> Its REALLY easy log out, ITS NOT easy to recover from a compromised computer. ENTER STRING <ul style="font-family:Impact;color:red;float:center;list-style-position:inside;"> ENTER STRING <li>Someone could have deleted your work!</li></br> ENTER STRING <li>Someone could have stolen your passwords!</li></br> ENTER STRING <li>Someone could have put a virus on your computer!</li></br> ENTER STRING <li>Someone could have stolen your computer!!!</li> ENTER STRING </ul></p><br><p style="font-family:Impact;color:grey;"> Newbie Note: To exit, press the F11 key or move your mouse to the top of your screen and click the exit button that pops up.</p></center> ENTER STRING </body></html> ENTER ALT F4 DELAY 100 ENTER DELAY 100 STRING %UserProfile%\Desktop\warning.html ENTER DELAY 100 GUI r DELAY 200 STRING %UserProfile%\Desktop\warning.html ENTER DELAY 600 F11 Cheers. B0BB3R5
  5. http://symlink.dk/projects/c64key/ seems very promising
  6. i have finally got an order out for a ducky and will be following up on some code i have been writing if i succeed i will post it in the weeks to come.
  7. sweet I cant w8 to look at it! skool blocked the keyword .zip
  8. A highlighter? http://www.instructables.com/id/High-Light-Mod/ maybe a big eraser? http://www.instructables.com/id/Pink-Eraser-USB-Flash-Drive/ oh this is a good one as well although i dont know if it would fit unless you did a little modification http://www.instructables.com/id/USB-Thumb-...Mod-Pocket-Siz/
  9. Hey great stuff! I modified the [OSX] code to login to twitter and cut down on the un-necessary light blinking (cause i felt like it) tell me what you think! Please comment if I made a mistake im new to the Teensy and want to learn from my mistakes. [OSX] Twitter poster EDIT: whenever I add my code to the Codebox other text is being added so im going to upload in as picture P.S this is Your code Edited by myself. I take no credit for the original code and don't want you to take credit for the mistakes I might have made EDIT: Anyone? I need some feedback plz! thanks. .
  10. ok i understand that thanks a bunch andrew!
  11. Ah yes, Thanks for bringing that up. On that note do you know if that would effect the use of it as development? And also would there be a way to change that? (remove the Arduino from the board and load a library or something)
  12. The Usb key-logging device can be used for white hat purposes for instance Administration of a company who doesn't want there programmers to be messing around on the internet/etc and don't trust a "program" key logger because ... well they are programmers. :) Another good use for them could be watching network trafic using the wifi addition suggestion in the post http://www.hak5.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=16290 made by sirpoonga. It might be a way to keep an eye on a network when you don't have a personal computer. I don't know what you could see possibly look for port scans or some other type of attack
  13. ok well im still open to the idea (I haven't fully explored it fully quite yet) but what would it take to add a Female USB port and Log between the keyboard and the computer?
  14. The teensy can read what is inputted into the computer correct? what is stopping it from logging the keystrokes, mouse clicks, and visited websites,.....etc? I am not a "strong" coder but I would be interested to help Develop something along these lines. (purely for the sake of seeing if it can be done) Also how could it store said information? would it send it to a server via the internet? logged to the micro SD/ SD card? Could it log the keystrokes while someone typed in the password for the Bios? What other interesting information could it log? Added note: I was thinking that it would run a payload on the computer which would send the keystrokes and other information To the ducky somehow. i suppose that would be a little overkill but it might stop ant-virus from detecting key-logs being saved to a file or uploaded to a server I do see some of the faults my idea has but i want to know what you think about it.
  15. also does this stop the use of the arduino sending commands to the computer?
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